Top 7 Upcoming Electric Scooters & Bikes in India- 2023

Following is the list  of  Top 7 Upcoming Electric Scooters & Bikes in India

  • Rivot NX100 Electric Scooter 
  • Ultraviolette F77 Electric Bikes
  • Hero MotoCorp Electric Scooter
  • Suzuki Burgman Electric Scooter
  • Honda PCX Electric scooter
  • E-Pilen & Vektorr electric Scooter
  • Revolt RV1 Electric Bikes

Top 7 Upcoming Electric Scooters & Bikes in India


Rivot NX100 Electric Scooter 

Rivot Motors will launch its ultra-long-range electric scooter named Rivet NX100 in the third quarter of 2022. In terms of design, the scooter looks futuristic with LED DRLs, dash camera, and projector headlamps neatly integrated into a single unit.

The electric scooter also comes with swappable battery technology thus you can charge the battery in less than a minute.

It can accommodate four battery packs each of which offers a range of 70 km. With a fully charged battery pack, the total range of the scooter goes up to 280 km on a single charge.

According to the company, 130 Nm of torque is available on the wheel of the scooter. Both the front and rear wheels come with disc brakes.

Ultraviolette F77 Electric Bike

Bangalore-based Ultraviolette Automotive is backed by TVS Automobiles.

It has showcased the pre-production version of the Ultraviolette F77 electric bike in November 2019. Production of the F77 is said to begin in 2022 and is likely to go on sale by March 2022.

The Ultraviolette F77 will be available in three variants with three different battery capacities with a range of up to 150 km. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 kmph in just 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 147 kmph.

Hero MotoCorp Electric Scooter

Hero Moto Corp has given us a sneak peek of its first electric scooter during the 10th-anniversary celebrations of the company.

The company also confirmed that its first electric scooter will hit the Indian roads by March 2022. As of now, there is no information on the battery pack and the performance of the scooter.

In terms of design, the scooter showcased came with a dual-tone color option with a split seat. Earlier this month, Hero MotoCorp also confirmed the adoption of Ather Energy’s fast-charging technology for its electric scooters.

Suzuki Burgman Electric Scooter

Earlier this year, the electric version of the Suzuki Burgman was spied testing in India. In terms of design, it looks very similar to the ICE-powered Burgman, but without the tailpipes. It is expected to feature a digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity.

The Burgman Electric could also come with an LED headlamp, LED tail lamp, and LED turn indicators. As of now, there is no word about the official launch.

Honda PCX Electric scooter

Honda has filed a patent registration for the PCX electric maxi-scooter in India. The company showcased it for the first time during the Auto Expo 2018.

As per the patent, the PCX electric scooter comes with a 4.2 kW motor and a removable 50.4 V lithium-ion battery pack.

The battery pack can be charged without taking it out of the scooter. Honda’s electric maxi-scooter comes with a twin-pod headlight set up, split-style footboard, step-up seats, and more. It is expected to be officially launched in 2022.

E-Pilen & Vektorr Electric Scooter

Husqvarna showcased the E-Pilen electric bike and the Vektorr electric scooter at the IAA Mobility Show in Munich. Both these electric two-wheelers are currently in concept form.

The company is expected to launch production versions of the Vektorr and E-Pilen in 2022. Both will be manufactured at Bajaj’s factory in India and Both these upcoming electric two-wheelers will offer a range close to 100 km.

Revolt RV1 Electric Motorcycle

Revolt Motors will replace the Revolt RV300 with a much cheaper upcoming electric bike, the Revolt RV1.

The Revolt RV1 will make its official debut in 2022. The company also mentioned that the upcoming RV1 electric bike will be locally made in India with all components.

To date, the company has not revealed any other information about its upcoming electric bike. Based on the rumors, the Revolt RV1 could cost around Rs 75,000 due to the FAME II subsidy.

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